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[[File:LAWRulz.jpg|thumb|Loot]]'''Loot and Wank''' is a fantasy computer game advertised in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. It is billed as a RIORPG (Really Idiotic Online Role-Playing Game) and is a parody of MMORPGs (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) such as [[wp:World of Warcraft|World of Warcraft]] and [[wp:Everquest|Everquest]] as well as the subculture surrounding the genre, such as long sessions of play and strained relationships outside the game. The game's [[Lootandwank.com|website]] gives information on how to play the game as well as the game's backstory.
 
[[File:LAWRulz.jpg|thumb|Loot]]'''Loot and Wank''' is a fantasy computer game advertised in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. It is billed as a RIORPG (Really Idiotic Online Role-Playing Game) and is a parody of MMORPGs (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) such as [[wp:World of Warcraft|World of Warcraft]] and [[wp:Everquest|Everquest]] as well as the subculture surrounding the genre, such as long sessions of play and strained relationships outside the game. The game's [[Lootandwank.com|website]] gives information on how to play the game as well as the game's backstory.
  

Latest revision as of 17:28, 29 March 2014

The Loot and Wank homepage.
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Loot and Wank is a fantasy computer game advertised in Grand Theft Auto IV. It is billed as a RIORPG (Really Idiotic Online Role-Playing Game) and is a parody of MMORPGs (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) such as World of Warcraft and Everquest as well as the subculture surrounding the genre, such as long sessions of play and strained relationships outside the game. The game's website gives information on how to play the game as well as the game's backstory.

Trivia

The game is mentioned in the WKTT program "Just or Unjust" in the case where Laurie Williams-Jones sues her husband, Chuck Williams-Jones.